Andrea Pellegrini was born on October 27th 1989 in Bari. He studied at the Conservatory "Arrigo Boito" in Parma, graduating under the guidance of Maestro Rosa Maria Orani in September 2014.
He debuted roles as Angelotti in Tosca, Fiorello in Il barbiere di Siviglia, Norton in La cambiale di matrimonio at the Teatro Regio in Parma and at the Teatro Valli in Reggio Emilia directed by Andrea Cigni and directed by Francesco Cilluffo, he took part to the Verdi Festival in the role of Barone Douphol in La traviata in Busseto directed by Henning Brockhaus and conducted by Stefano Rabaglia and collaborated in the production of the contemporary opera Re Lear at Teatro Lenz in Parma in the leading role. In 2016 he made his debut as Colline in La bohème at the Teatro Sociale in Mantua and participated in contemporary music events singing in Laborintus II by Lucian oBerio and chamber music singing the Liebes Lieder and Brahms' Neue Libes Lieder in Rimini.
From September 2016 until the summer of 2018 he was part of the "Center de Perfeccionament Placido Domingo" in Valencia at the Palau de les arts Reina Sofia where he debuted various roles including the Sire di Bethune in I vespri siciliani, Gubetta in Lucrezia Borgia , Marchese d’Obigny in La traviata, Carceriere in Tosca, Publio in La clemenza di Tito, under the baton of great orchestra conductors such as Roberto Abbado, Fabio Biondi, Nicola Luisotti and directors such as Davide Livermore, Emilio Sagi, Sofia Coppola.
He participated to the Masterclasses of Placido Domingo, Mariella Devia, Marco Spotti, Sonia Prina, Enedina Lloris, Jaume Aragall, Manuela Custer, Roberto de Candia, Daniel Kotlinski. He also followed chamber music masterclasses with Roger Vignoles and Filippo Faes.
He sang in the opera by Francesco Cavalli Gli amori di Apollo e Dafne at the Innsbrucker Festwochen der Alten Musik conducted by Massimiliano Toni directed by Alessandra Premoli and performed Rossini's Stabat Mater in Todi, conducted by Ezio Bosso. Among his recent and future engagements: Ernani in Palermo, Pelléas et Mélisande in Parma and Piacenza, Simon Boccanegra in Parma, Macbeth, Rigoletto and I vespri siciliani at Teatro alla Scala, Les vepres siciliennes at Teatro Massimo in Palermo, La forza del destino and Falstaff at Festival Verdi in Parma and again Vespri in Bologna.